Heading into NFL Week 8, the top two teams on the NFL Power Rankings haven’t changed. Philadelphia, the lone remaining undefeated team in the league, remains number one. Buffalo is the number two team. See below for the latest NFL Power Rankings after an eventful week 7 so you can continue betting against the NFL Lines.
2022 NFL Power Rankings Betting Update After Week 7
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NFL Power Rankings Heading Into Week 8
- Philadelphia Eagles 6-0 – Philly’s bye happened in NFL Week 7. The undefeated Eagles should go 7-0 after blasting the Steelers in week 8.
- Buffalo Bills 5-1 – Like Philly, Buffalo also had their bye last week. Buffalo should be ready go to go in their Sunday night matchup versus the reeling Green Bay Packers.
- Kansas City Chiefs 5-2 – Sure, KC entered their game against SF the -3 chalk. But nobody expected the Chiefs to paste the Niners 44-23.
- New York Giants 6-1 – The Giants rallied to beat the Jaguars. After Sunday’s game against the Hawks, a 6-2 Giants record could be reality.
- Minnesota Vikings 5-1 – Minnesota faces a tough assignment on Sunday. Beating Arizona won’t be easy.
- Dallas Cowboys 5-2 – Dak didn’t play great in his first game back from the injury. Beating and covering versus Chicago is going to be much tougher than beating the Detroit Lions.
- New York Jets 5-2 – The Jets are legit. As +1.5 home dogs versus the rival Patriots, every NFL handicapper on the must consider putting money behind the J-E-T-S to win straight up.
- Tennessee Titans 4-2 – Tennessee has slowly climbed their way into first place in the AFC South. That’s what happens when you win 4 straight and 2 over a division rival.
- Baltimore Ravens 4-3 – The Ravens have to be licking their chops at the prospect of facing a Tampa Bay team on Thursday night that has lost 2 straight to the Steelers and Panthers.
- Cincinnati Bengals 4-3 – Versus Atlanta, Joe Burrow was magic. Burrow gets to spank the Cleveland Browns on Monday night in week 8.
- Seattle Seahawks 4-3 – Seattle has won 3-of-4 and 2 straight. The Seahawks are a legit NFC contender because Kenneth Walker III is unstoppable and Geno Smith completes over 73% of his passes.
- Miami Dolphins 4-3 – After a terrific 16-10 win over Pittsburgh, Miami climbs back into the top 12. The Fins should make it 2 straight after blasting the Detroit Lions on Sunday.
- Los Angeles Chargers 4-3 – The Chargers had no answers for Kenneth Walker III. The Bolts must take their week 8 bye to get healthy enough to remain an AFC West contender.
- Los Angeles Rams 3-3 – Rams coach Sean McVay missed out on Christian McCaffrey. If offensive firepower doesn’t come by the trade deadline, the Rams won’t have much chance of making the playoffs.
- Las Vegas Raiders 2-4 – The Raiders’ 38-20 win over Houston impresses. On Sunday, Las Vegas has a chance to climb to within a game of .500 because they face a lousy Saints team.
- Chicago Bears 3-4 – In Monday night’s 33-14 win, Chicago dominated the favored New England Patriots on both sides of the ball. If the victory is a turning point, the Bears will be tough beat no matter who plays them.
- San Francisco 49ers 3-4 – San Francisco dropped their second straight after Patrick Mahomes lit up the Niners’ defense. Christian McCaffrey hopes to give the 49ers a boost. If he does, the Niners can still win the AFC West.
- Arizona Cardinals 3-4 – Kyler Murray targeted returning wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins 13 times. DeAndre caught 10-of-13 and the Cardinals’ scored 42 points in a smashing victory over New Orleans.
- Green Bay Packers 3-4 – Green Bay lost their third straight this Sunday and Aaron Rodgers is calling out his teammates. Things are not good at Lambeau.
- New England Patriots 3-4 – In this past Monday night’s game, the Patriots took a 14-10 lead over the Bears and then things fell apart. Chicago ended up winning 33-14.
- Indianapolis Colts 3-3-1 – The Colts benched Matt Ryan, which makes sense. After 7 games, Ryan has thrown 9 interceptions.
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3-4 – Tampa isn’t a great team. That’s the only way to explain following up a loss to the Steelers with a loss to the Panthers.
- Atlanta Falcons 3-4 – The ATL had no answer for Joe Burrow and the Bengals. Atlanta will look to get back on track at home versus Carolina.
- Washington Commanders 3-4 – Taylor Heinicke led the Commanders to a win over the Packers. D.C. is now on a 2-game winning streak.
- Carolina Panthers 2-5 – The Panthers didn’t just beat the Buccaneers, they dusted Brady and his mates 21-3.
- Pittsburgh Steelers 2-5 – If not for a late Kenny Pickett interception, the Steelers might have upset the Dolphins.
- Jacksonville Jaguars 2-5 – Jacksonville had a lead over the Giants. But the Jags couldn’t sustain it. Right now, Jacksonville is underperforming big time.
- New Orleans Saints 2-5 – Andy Dalton thew a couple of pick sixes in the loss to Arizona. So expect Dennis Allen to turn to Jameis Winston. Then when Winston blows it to go back to Dalton. Then Winston, then Dalton, etc.
- Denver Broncos 2-5 – Denver is a mess. The defense is carrying the team, but the offense is horrible.
- Cleveland Browns 2-5 – The Browns hung with the Ravens but came up short in a 23-20 loss. This week, Cleveland should have a tough time hanging with Burrow and the Bengals.
- Houston Texans 1-4-1 – Houston tries hard but they’re just not good enough to beat quality teams. Tennessee figures to roll through the Texans on Sunday.
- Detroit Lions 1-5 – It looked like Detroit might challenge Dallas for the win. Ah, but then the Lions allowed 14 points in the fourth for another SU and ATS Detroit loss.